By West Africa Cooks, 19 October, 2012

Made with groundnuts and gari. Have you tired cooking with a traditional Coal Pot? This meal snack is brought to you by Pamela Greene and her book is called Favourite Sierra Leone Recipes. <strong>Kanyah</strong> is a simple snack people cook and serve all over west African countries like Sierra Leone. Kanyah is a favorite west African snack to eat in between meals.

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How to make Kanyah?
1. Grind the groundnuts into a smooth paste.
2. Using a mortar or blender, add the gari or rice flour gradually to the groundnut paste alternately with the sugar until they are well-blended.
3. Remove and store in an airtight container.
4. For a more compact mixture add more groundnuts, press and cut into cubes before serving.
5. Serve as a snack with fruit juice.


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Favourite Sierra Leone Recipes by Pamela Greene

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